The state's tourism industry benefits from its latest product, the Cultural Village of Terengganu, which will open to the public by January.
Ariffin Deraman, Chairman of the State Committee on Tourism, Culture and Information Technology, said that there would be seven houses, each of which has its unique characteristics.
"The Executive Committee approved the cultural village".
"There are traditional houses in the museum and we have decided to divide them".
"There are several other attractions close to the village. The Islamic Civilisation Park, the Museum and then the Cultural Village can be visited by tourists," he said.
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